The 760 Pumpmaster is what all the other multi-pump pneumatics want to be! A proven Crosman favorite for four decades, this dependable rifle offers an experience all its own. Over 10 million have been sold! Doubles as a BB repeater or a single shot pellet gun.
At less than 3 lbs., it's a great starter air rifle. The stock and forearm are made of a durable synthetic that takes lots of use and still looks good. An economical rifle, the Pumpmaster takes up to 10 pumps to send BBs 625 fps and pellets 600 fps. The checkering on the grip and the indentations on the pump handle make it that much easier to get a grip and stay on target.
Ideal for shooting very small rodents (at close range), plinking and target shooting. (Never shoot BBs at metal objects!) It's so light that you can shoot all day! Suitable for younger shooters (with adult supervision) and smaller adults.
Pellets are loaded into a 5-shot clip, while BBs have an 18-shot magazine, which is fed from the 200-shot reservoir. It comes with standard sights, but you can get even more accuracy by mounting a scope or red dot on the 11mm dovetail.
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity625 fps
- Ammo TypePellets & BBs
- Barrel StyleFixed Barrel
- Fire ModeRepeater
- MechanismMulti-pump pneumatic
- UsePlinking / Fun / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Thank you for the solid engineering.
Had a co2 model. Blew up after one cartridge . Threw it away.
have done!! Gun works fine now.
For HALF the price, this air rifle beats the hell out of those previously owned pistols. When you buy an air gun at this price, you can't expect perfection, and you can't have unreasonable expectations. So, with that in mind, this air rifle has very good accuracy for the price, and it consistently holds it. I don't need a repeater with this gun. I KNOW where the shot is going to go, and so, I also waste fewer BB's. It is not difficult to pump, and it is very light. I do find that the rear sight can be "pushed off" (to one side or the other a bit), if you happen to grab the gun around the sight. For this price, that is not a problem. Just be mindful when handling.
This is a great gun, with plenty of power and fun to shoot.
Works better than you'd expect at this price.
Great entry-level fun !
This is a new gun, not the one I had to dream out with the Dremel. It actually works better. Can't get a consistent pattern with the scope. Probably take it off and go iron sights. If I can get grandson to even try it .
It is not a computer or a video game, you know
I ended up putting my BSA RD30 red dot sight onto the dovetail mount. Seems to be a very good combination.
After sighting the airgun in, I began testing pellets. I want to have enough accuracy to use this to shoot rats at night that go into our chicken coop and eat the food. Testing began at 11 yards. I shot a number of groups with various pellets. I win't mention yet the results, because the 760's pellet preference changed after breaking in the barrel. I cleaned the barrel fairly early, and it was pretty dirty. It has me wondering if a smooth bore shooting lead pellets gets dirty quicker than a rifled barrel??
I tried the following pellets. Gamo Match, Crosman Premier Match (wadcutters), Crosman Premier heavies, Crosman Destroyers, Crsoman Hunters, Swiss Arms pointed, Daisy wadcutters, RWS Hobbies. I've got about 300-350 rounds passed down the barrel, and the most accurate, and most consistently accurate are the Crosman Premier Match wadcutters.
I moved the target to 7 yards, as that is the distance I am going to set up to shoot rats at night. Since the BSA is a red dot, I'll use a rechargeable light with a green lens on it for contrast. I moved to 7 yards not because the gun won't group well at that distance, because it does. But, because the BSA is one power, non magnified scope.
Best group at 7 yards, from a rest, using 6 pumps, and shooting five shot groups is 3/16". That ain't bad even for a rifled barrel. Lots of groups at about 1/4" too. Destroyer do the same in this gun as they do in my rifled guns. That is, make crappy groups. The Crosman Hunters show promise also, but with the match pellets being much more consistent.
I like this fast handling little carbine very much, especially for a $32.00 airgun. The trigger started off with a pretty stout pull, but has loosened up nicely with shooting. I like the 5 round magazine very much. I have the same one in my Model 66. As always with a plastic airgun, I wish there were more metal and wood. But, I am very pleased with how well this shoots pellets.
One day, I moved the target out to 17 yards, up against a brick fire pit I made. I only shot two groups. One with the Match pellets, and one with the Hunters. I was again pleased with the Match wadcutters. The 5 shot group measured 15/16" in height, and 3/8" in width, with no shots touching. Remember this is with an unmagnified red dot sight. Also, wadcutters are not known for good accuracy to hold up much past 10-12 yards.
I think this is a good little airgun, as long as one keeps the distances reasonably short. If this were a $100 airgun, I wouldn't have given it 5 stars. But, for the $32, and considering how much fun I'm having shooting this, and the level of accuracy it has, it gets 5 stars. How long will it hold up? Unknown. I will say this. I have read reviews where the owner broke the stock off while pumping. First, I take my time pumping it up. Second, I use a method which puts no strain on the stock when I pump this. If you attack the pumping up of this airgun like it was an Olympic event, you may very well break the stock off. I like my stuff to last forever, so I go easy on it.
I like multi-pump air rifles a lot, and own 5-6 of them. I like that you control the power, and you don't have to buy CO2 cartridges, or an expensive hand pump to fill it. 3 pumps is usually great for target shooting. I have not tried varying the number of pumps, to see how that effects accuracy. I find that 6 pumps should do for 7-11 yard ratting, and it's not too loud either.
I picked up an NCStar 4x30mm compact rifle scope, which I intend to try on the 760B. But, it's doing so well with the BSA red dot, I hate to mess with it.
( boy & girl ) and they think it great. I also bought a Crosman C-11 pistol for me to shoot. There is still a little kids left in us all. Be SAFE these thing have a lot of power and could hurt someone bad
By Becky from MS on December 11, 2011
By Staff on December 29, 2011
Answer:this gun is fairly low power and it is meant for shooting bb's. You would have a hard time killing a squirrel with this.
By yogsa from india on March 17, 2012
By Staff on March 19, 2012
Answer:Thank you for you interest.
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By CB from Waukegan,IL on January 7, 2012
By Staff on January 10, 2012
The barrel is made of smooth bore steel and the stock & forearm are made of a durable synthetic.
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By taylor from pc, Utah on July 12, 2012
Answer:Yes, everything but the barrel is plastic. Its very high quality tho and very durable + makes the gun lighter.
By Larry Guest from Orlando, FL on January 8, 2012
By Staff on January 9, 2012
Answer:40-50 ft is a bit far for lethal range.
By steven from philadelphia pa on March 5, 2012
By Staff on March 6, 2012
By Connor from New Zealand, Wellington on July 20, 2012
I was wondering how long would this last if I were to use this everyday?